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Times Square Theatre, (9/23/1924 - 10/04/1924)
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Opening Date: Sep 23, 1924    
Closing Date: Oct 04, 1924 Total Performances: 15

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: New York City and Long Island

Production Staff
Produced by Philip Goodman
Music by Jerome Kern; Book by Edgar Selwyn; Lyrics by Howard Dietz; Musical Director: Gus Salzer; Music orchestrated by Allan K. Foster
Staged by David Burton; Choreographed by David Bennett
Costume Design by Kiviette and James Reynolds; Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey
Joseph AllenPeters
June BaldwinEnsemble
Ida BerryEnsemble
William BorenEnsemble
Hazel BuntingEnsemble
Betty CampbellEnsemble
Helen CarringtonGladys Barclay
Walter CatlettAndrew Bloxom
Austin ClarkEnsemble
Ritchy CraigPierrot
Clifford DalyEnsemble
Regina DawEnsemble
Marion DonnellyEnsemble
Josephine DunnEnsemble
Victoire DutelEnsemble
Dorothy FitzgibbonEnsemble
Raymond HallEnsemble
Madeline JanisEnsemble
Norman JeffersonEnsemble
Janearl JohnsonEnsemble
Katherine KohlerEnsemble
Trudy LakeEnsemble
Ainsley LambertEnsemble
Lovey LeeSpecialty Dancer
Arthur LipsonLouis
Maitre d'Hotel at Sherry's
Clair LiptonEnsemble
Claire LuceClair
Kathlene MartynSukie Sewell
Margery MartynEnsemble
John McCulloughEnsemble
Beth MeakinsEnsemble
Francis MurphyA Waiter
Helen OrbEnsemble
Evelyn PlumadorEnsemble
Geraldine ReavardEnsemble
Dorothea RichmondEnsemble
Rita RoyceEnsemble
Frank SchulzeEnsemble
Oscar ShawLaddie Munn
Allen StevensEnsemble
George SweetOliver Russell
Genevieve TobinDorothy Fair
Julia WarrenEnsemble
Peggy WattsEnsemble
William WilderEnsemble
Billy WilsonEnsemble
Devah WorrellEnsemble
music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by Howard Dietz
ACT 1 Sung By
Grab a GirlOliver Russell, Clair, Boys and Girls
What's the Use?Laddie Munn and Girls
I Want to Be ThereDorothy Fair and Boys
A Mormon LifeAndrew Bloxom and Girls
Dancing TimeDorothy Fair, Laddie Munn and Ensemble
To the FairEnsemble
My Houseboat on the HarlemAndrew Bloxom and Sukie Sewell
All Lanes Must Reach a TurningDorothy Fair and Laddie Munn
ACT 2 Sung By
Seven DaysDorothy Fair and Laddie Munn
If You Think It's Love You're RightAndrew Bloxom, Sukie Sewell, Oliver Russell, Gladys Barclay and Ensemble
Weeping Willow TreeLaddie Munn and Ensemble